ICYMI: Major Moments From SIGGRAPH 2018

Photo of Stefen Fangmeier (left) and Steve ‘Spaz’ Williams (right) introducing “Jurassic Park” by Jim Hagarty © 2018 ACM SIGGRAPH As we get ready for SIGGRAPH 2019, it’s hard not to think back on what made last summer so special. … Continued

Answer the Call: SIGGRAPH 2019 Submissions

As the SIGGRAPH 2019 Call for Submissions opens, there is palpable excitement to see the innovative, thoughtful, and groundbreaking ideas that our community will share. From new research to emerging technologies to innovative art, the content that is ultimately chosen … Continued

Celebrating Generations at SIGGRAPH 2018

Photo by Jim Hagarty © 2018 ACM SIGGRAPH   SIGGRAPH 2018 concluded in Vancouver, BC, with over 16,500 attendees from around the world. Attendees hailed from Canada and 87 other countries worldwide, including the United States, China, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, … Continued

The Evolution of Real-Time Graphics

As I sat down to come up with a list of the best real-time projects in SIGGRAPH history, I knew I wanted to accomplish two things: convey what kinds of submissions the SIGGRAPH 2017 Real-Time Live! program is looking for, … Continued

Ninja Theory and Epic Games Talk Hellblade and the Future of Real-Time

In July, SIGGRAPH 2016 attendees were treated to an epic Real-Time Live! show that featured some of the greatest achievements in real-time graphics to date, including this year’s award-winning “From Previs to Final in Five Minutes: A Breakthrough in Live … Continued

SIGGRAPH 2016: A Recap

photo credit: Jim Hagarty Photography SIGGRAPH 2016 has concluded its 43rd annual event with strong attendance from around the world. With the tagline “Render the Possibilities,” SIGGRAPH 2016 was held at the Anaheim Convention Center, 24 – 28 July 2016. … Continued

Real-Time Wow

“Anything can happen … and it probably will,” opened SIGGRAPH 2016’s Real-Time Live! Chair, Pol Jeremias of Pixar Animation Studios, preparing the audience for a program anticipated to go above and beyond expectations. Jeremias welcomed attendees after the first performance … Continued